- The oceans store our green house gases – now Leonie will find out exactly how 2020-11-27
- One million SEK in grants going to internationalisation of higher education 2020-11-26
- Artificial intelligence used in snow project 2020-11-23
- Half a billion-year-old eggs give clues to animal origins 2020-11-06
- How long will the oil last? 2020-10-22
- Giuliano Di Baldassarre receives the Plinius Medal from EGU 2020-10-21
CNDS commemoration of Nobel research
Giannis Kesidis´s doctoral thesis: The evolutionary significance of Cambrian ecdysozoan trace fossils
UppTalk Weekly: Stefan Ivanell om Energiomställning Gotland
Jennie Molinder disputerar: "Forecasting of icing relation wind energy production losses: Probabilistic and machine learning approaches".
Anna Apler disputerar: "Contaminated organic sediments of antropogenic origin: impact on coastal environments."
Film about our department
Are you interested in our planet, its evolution through time, the environment and a sustainable future? At the Department of Earth Sciences you learn about the processes and events that have built and continue to shape the conditions of Earth. Using this as a point of departure for understanding the complex world we live in, and how we effect it, is one of the great challenges of mankind.
Our research ranges from the Earth's core to the atmosphere, from microscopic minerals and fossils to the formation of mountains and oceans, and in time from the formation of the Earth up to the processes currently reshaping the planet. We map the development of Earth and life over billions of years and study the relationship between the atmosphere and the oceans with regard to climate change and sustainable development.